MoU With Punjab TB Control Team

Mr. Ikram ul Haq, Sec. General AKF Punjab, signed MoU with the Punjab TB Control Program. The objective of this MoU is to provide diagnostic and treatment services to TB patients in all over the punjab together. Dr. Zarafshan Tahir, PTP Manager Punjab TB Program Also signed the MoU


World Diabetes Day – Al Razi Hospital Islamabad

Alkhidmat Foundation organized a camp, on the occasion of World Diabetes Day, observed worldwide on Nov 14, in Alkhidmat Al Razi Medical Care Islamabad inauguration which was done by Mr. Zubair Farooq Khan, Emir JI District Islamabad. More than 100 people, of nearby locations, benefited from the campaign. Mr. Amir Usman of JI Islamabad inspected the camp and praised the professionalism of the staff.

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WheelChair Distribution – Peshawar

Alkhidmat Foundation Peshawar, under the supervision of AKFP, distributed wheelchairs among needy people of Peshawar. Mr. Khalid Waqas, President AKF KPK, and other local leadership also present at the event of distribution.


Child Development Program – Gujranwala

A representative from CCDP desk performing a lesson based activity with Alkhidmat Gujranwala kids, on the occasion of Iqbal Day in Gujranwala. Sports activities performed in this activity, taught about Teamwork, Discipline, Patience and Persistence.


Child Development Program – Digri

Head office (CCDP Desk) conducted a value based activity (Self Control) in Digri, Sindh cluster, on the occasion of Iqbal Day. Children performed various activities which include charts painting and drawings.


Character Development Program – Hyderabad

Alkhidmat Foundation Sindh organized a Character Development Program for the children of Child Development Program (CDP) Hyderabad. Deputy Manager CDP Mr. Shabaz organized value no. 6 (self control) activity in Hyderabad cluster.

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Devising of Framework of Action – AFAD Turkey

Glimpses of the AFAD conference which was held in Istanbul, Turkey. In these clicks, the devising of a “Framework of Action (FoA)” can be seen in progress. FoA is the placement and management of all the relevant organization and measures that will be taken to better handle the situation of Rohingya. For more news and details, please visit:  https://goo.gl/BYBrWp

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The Rohingya Muslims, who comprise 5% of the population in Burma, are the innocent victims of genocide and ethnic cleansing. The UN Human Rights chief, Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, told the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva that “the situation seems a textbook example of ethnic cleansing”.

Despite constituting a considerable percentage of the Burmese population, they are deprived of citizenship, let alone to live as Muslims and raise their children according to the rules of Islam.

They do not possess any weapons, yet they are attacked by soldiers equipped with fatal weapons employing disproportionate force. Unfortunately, children, girls, mothers, women, the old and infirmed are not spared of this inhuman massacre.

The Rohingyas have been deprived of their basic human rights and freedom which is enshrined in the “Universal Human Rights Declaration” signed by all UN member states.

We, the participant NGOs of the Consultation Meeting co-hosted by AFAD (Disaster and Emergency Management Authority, Turkey), UNIW (Union of NGOs in the Muslim World) and AKFP (Al-Khidmat Foundation, Pakistan), hereby pledge to help the oppressed Rohingya people, towards ending the atrocities perpetrated by the Burmese government, racist and religious elements in the Burmese society.


We, the participants of the Rohingya Consultation Meeting hereby:

  1. 1- Urge the Burmese government to protect the human lives on their soils, whether citizens or otherwise and to accept the right of return of the Rohingya people to Burma.
  2. 2- Urge the Burmese government to allow aid and relief workers to be immediately dispatched to the areas affected by the conflict, to assume their work without fear of violence.
  3. 3- Urge the world community and its international human rights agencies to intervene urgently to protect the lives and properties of the Rohingyas in Burma and elsewhere.
  4. 4- Applaud the Bangladesh and Malaysian governments for providing much needed refuge to the Rohingya refugees and to the Turkish government for financial and humanitarian support.
  5. 5- Appeal to the government of Bangladesh to permit and facilitate humanitarian and relief NGOs to operate in Bangladesh until the crisis is stabilized or solved.
  6. 6- Request all members of the OIC to lobby for the right of return of the Rohingyas on the various international political platforms and actively support and fund the livelihood of the Rohingyas in the refugee camps in Bangladesh.
  7. 7- Appeal to all international agencies of the UN, relief and humanitarian NGOs to provide humanitarian relief to the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, inside the Rakhine State and elsewhere in Burma.
  8. 8- Urge the mainstream and alternative media create awareness of the massacre in Burma and the plight of the Rohingya people as a humanitarian issue and not a religious one.
  9. 9- Urge the educational institutions to undertake awareness campaigns and empower the youth to raise their voices on the Rohingya issue on social media.
  10. 10- Urge all participating NGOs to cooperate, coordinate and synergize their resources to ensure optimal outcomes to the Rohingya humanitarian crisis and continue to raise funds at the national and international level.
  11. 11- Urge all participating NGOs to strengthen their relationship with local NGOs currently working in Bangladesh and Burma.


Endorsed by member organisations of the International Consortium for Rohingya (ICR):

  1. 1- Al-Khidmat Foundation Pakistan (AKFP)
  2. 2- Federation of Islamic Medical Associations (FIMA)
  3. 3- Union of the NGOS of the Islamic World (UNIW)
  4. 4- Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA)
  5. 5- British Islamic Medical Association (BIMA)
  6. 6- PKPU Indonesia
  7. 7- Charity Australia International (CAI)
  8. 8- ICNA Relief Canada (IRC)
  9. 9- Islamic Aid Bangladesh (IAB)
  10. 10- Small Kindness Bangladesh (SKB)
  11. 11- Sarendeb Foundation for Relief & Development Sri Lanka (SFRD)
  12. 12- AMAL Malaysia
  13. 13- Cansuyu Turkey
  14. 14- UK Islamic Mission London (UKIM)
  15. 15- Helping Hand for Relief & Development (HHRD) USA
  16. 16- Disaster and Emergency Management (AFAD) Turkey
  17. 17- Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) Turkey
  18. 18- Besir Foundation Turkey
  19. 19- Deniz Feneri Turkey
  20. 20- IHH Turkey
  21. 21- Doctors Worldwide (DWW) Turkey
  22. 22- Bangladesh Doctors Forum (BDF)
  23. 23- Islamic Medical Association Lebanon (IMALB)
  24. 24- Islamic Medical Association Malaysia (IMAM)
  25. 25- Rohingya Federation of Arakan (RFA)
  26. 26- Hayrat Aid Turkey
  27. 27- Diyanet Foundation Turkey

Iqbal Day – AKF School Layyah

Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan organized Iqbal day in order to pay homage to the “Poet of the East”. Students and teachers both shared their views on the teachings of Iqbal. Students were presented with gifts at the end of the activity.